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a Wildflower Fields painting

Tiarella Cordifolia

Tiarella Cordifolia 210212, a Wildflower Fields painting, 140x90 cm, oil on canvas, 2021

In an article featured on National Geographic news, the relation between dreaming and creativity has recently been proven once again. Psychiatrist Sara Mednick states that people taking naps featuring REM sleep — in which our dreams are the most vivid — tend to perform better on solving problems that require creativity. So dreaming boosts our creativity! Arne Quinze adds: "My nights are colourful. And yours?” This Wildflower Fields painting, called Tiarella Cordifolia, is his impression of the force of nature raging through his garden and transforming the sight gradually but definitely overnight.

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